Roots Culture Festival
VenueTeesdale Community Hall
LocationMain Road, Teesdale, VIC 3328 Australia
We invite you to a FREE music, culture, art and food community festival.
Feel free to CONTRIBUTE to our vision on: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/roots-culture-festival-tickets-30656023993
Roots Culture Festival will inspire you!
Set to take place on Native Hut Creek, Turtle Bend with its iconic ‘turtle’ pavilion in a natural ampitheatre and community gathering place, the festival will feature a Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony by Wadawurrung – Wathaurung Aboriginal Corporation, yoga, Brazilian Capoeria, reggae, roots and blues music, DJ’s, children’s creative space, market stalls, organic and biodymanic food, bar with local beer, wine and cider.
This event is an opportunity for different people to come together and enjoy music, art, healthy food, market stalls, sustainable fashion and interactive workshops, all in a beautiful location.
Roots Collective invites people from the city and country to come together and connect with each other.
Roots Culture Festival is about promoting simple líving, creative expression, community well-being and environmental sustainability – we wish to nurture and strengthen community networks and the relationships between people.
Roots Culture Festival is supported by the Victorian Government FReeZa program, Golden Plains Council and Reggae Cruise Melbourne.
SUN – 12 FEB 11am to 7pm
Featuring a Traditional Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony by Wadawurrung – Wathaurung Aboriginal Corporation Elder.
FReeZa Youth Performances
Jah Tung JT (SYD).
As well as DJ’s Zare Demus & DJ Astronafrica (SYD)
Yoga by Hannah More (bring a yoga matt or towel)
Brazilian Capoeria Workshop
Food & Drinks:
Local organic & biodynamic, vegetarian and vegan food
The Organic Sustainable Food Trailer
Roots Collective kitchen
Traditional Baked Potatoe Co.
Roots bar serving local beer, wine and cider.
Natts Hair Design
World Organics products
Golden plains honey
Crafts and an amazing skate and BMX bike track. The festival artist overseeing the children’s creative space and collaborative art piece is CLOTH by anna reynolds.
PLEASE NOTE: The festival is NO BYO
11am to 12:30pm will be drug, alcohol & smoke free
12:30pm Bar serving local beer, wines & ciders opens (18+ only) ID will be requested and checked
No BYO, no glass please
Seating, shade, umbrellas, marquees will be provided, bring a picnic rug.
WHO WE ARE:
The Festival is nurtured by a group of friends who run various community outdoor events in Melbourne – Australia, such as the Reggae Cruise, Blues Cruise, Melbourne Regatta, Brazilian Festival Sarava Fest, international band tours including Steel Pulse(UK) and collaborating with many venues, artists, shows and festivals.
COME CREATE ROOTS TOGETHER!